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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Tiffany Huang


Team blue presents “Cobalt,” a wireless bicycle lock, during the 2.009 presentations in Kresge on Monday night. The theme of the 2011 2.009 presentations was “On the Go.”



Elaina K. Present ’12 of Team Green shows off “Walker Prime,” a convertible walker that can also be used as a cane.



Reuben M. Aronson ’12 demonstrates the difference between “Exhale” and a normal suitcase. Exhale is a compact, vacuum-powered product that promises to fit more luggage than a standard suitcase.



At the end of the 2.009 presentations Monday evening, Professor David R. Wallace PhD ’95 proudly wears a jersey given to him by the students.



Flowers and candles lay before a ghost bike memorial dedicated to Phyo Kyaw ‘10. Kyaw was hit and killed by a truck while riding his bicycle on December 27.



Jonté D. Craighead ’13 and Michael P. Walsh ’13 (left column), Naren P. Tallapragada ’13 and Andrew C. Yang ’13 (center column), and Brendan T. Deveney ’13 and Mary A. Breton ’14 (right column) are running for UA President and Vice President, respectively.


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